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The Ryerson men’s hockey team beat Waterloo University 6-4 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Nov. 15, 2017. (Photo by Kourtney Meldrum)

Men’s hockey look for fourth-straight win against Windsor

The Ryerson men’s hockey team defeated Waterloo University 6-4 on home ice Wednesday evening, continuing the Rams current winning streak of three-straight wins.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, Sports
Ryerson coach skates past male culture

Ryerson coach skates past male culture

According to a guide developed by the Female Coach Mentorship Project, the number of female head coaches in U Sports has steadily declined over the past few years.

by Kathryn Skelly· · Hockey, Sports
Ryerson men’s hockey team defeat University of Toronto on Nov. 10. (Photo by Patrick Antle)

Men’s hockey team heads into home game with winning streak

The Ryerson men’s hockey team improved to 7-3-0 after a pair of 5-2 wins over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and Lakehead Thunderwolves this weekend.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, Sports
Mark Corbett (above) played four years with the Ryerson Rams men's hockey team before accepting a tryout with the SOuthern Hockey
(Photo courtesy of the Ryersonian archives)

Former Ryerson Ram makes his mark in France

Every kid who hits the ice at a young age wants to make the National Hockey League (NHL).

Last year, 888 skaters played in the NHL for at least one game. With well over one million registered hockey players in North America alone, the odds of getting to the top level is unquestionably low. That doesn’t stop players from chasing their dreams at the professional level.

by Steven Ellis· · Hockey, Off Campus, Sports
(Photo by Michael Mayers)

Rams narrowly beat Reds in pre-season game

The Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team overcame a roller-coaster pre-season game against the McGill Varsity Reds on Saturday, taking the 4-3 win at the Mastercard Centre.

The first period started slowly as both teams took about eight minutes to get their feet underneath them, but all that changed after an offsetting pair of roughing penalties were called following a post-whistle skirmish. The rough-and-tumble first period ended scoreless, with McGill on their second power play to start the second frame.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, Sports
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